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What I Like About Me #6-10

Saturday, February 16, 2013

In no particular order because I'm having a hard enough time even knowing what to write without trying to figure that out!

6. I like my perseverance. I haven't always had it, as far as weight loss in concerned, but this time I do, and I'm proud of myself for it!

7. I like my natural hair color (excluding the bits of gray!). Very dark brown, but in the sun, I have natural red highlights.

8. I like that I am strong. Physically and emotionally... for the most part! ;)

9. I like that I am a friendly person. I find that I can get along with *most* anyone. In particular, I am an old person magnet. I greatly admire and respect my elders (and think that they are the cutest things EVER!), and it must come across because I frequently have elderly people that I don't even know giving me hugs, advice, patting my cheek, and telling me that it is so nice to meet a "nice young person".

10. I like that I am my own person, even if that person is a little bit strange. I've never been one to conform, and I will stick to my beliefs even if I'm the only one.
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  • v JACARD
    I really like the things you like about yourself. What you're proudest of says a lot about you and these are all really grea traits - and they reflect the sorts of thing I would have guessed about you based on your Spark presence alone.

    You are a beautiful person.
    1257 days ago
    Good job with seeing yourself in such a positive way. You rock. Keep it going and dont conform. emoticon
    1258 days ago
  • v GCHUNG
    If you like yourself that allows you to open up and like others. And coming from someone with her own quirks - that can be a good thing. Being absolutely normal can be boring emoticon
    1258 days ago
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